Week 13 brought much to excite for a team that has lost three All-Pros over the past three months.
The Chiefs proved, Sunday at the Oakland Coliseum, that even without recently released running back Kareem Hunt they are able to put the ball in the endzone.
The Raiders did two things they have done very little of this season in the first half Sunday.
The Raiders have apparently begun piecing together a back-up plan should they be without 2017 leading rusher Marshawn Lynch moving forward.
Playing in cold, wet Buffalo conditions, the Raiders were unable to maintain control of the pigskin Sunday.
With Lynch suspended for Sunday’s game against the Bills, Oakland will lean on Richard and Washington to shoulder the load.
Most starting roles on the team are largely solidified, a first for the Silver and Black in over a decade.